Sin and Anger Are Disconnected - Spiritual Growth Encouragement Series


Bible Verse: Ephesians 4:26-27

“’In your anger do not sin’: Do not let the sun go down while you are still angry, and do not give the devil a foothold.”

Reflect and Respond:

Our anger usually leads us to sin. Is it possible to be angry and not sin? Yes! Be slow to act on your anger. Give that struggle up to God today.


Father, please help me work through my anger and not let it destroy my life. Don't let me sin through my anger, but let me give my words thought before I speak. Amen.

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2 years ago
When I pray to God, I know he listen to me, I am glad that God is on my side.
2 years ago
A strategy I learned many years ago is to put my keys, my wallet, and my glasses in the same place every night. Then I can find them in a hurry, in the dark, or just the next morning as I prepare for my day. I am not perfect in this; when I fail to do it, anger results! Do not put the keys down when you come in the house unless you put them in the same place every day! This discipline is just like the discipline it takes to pray when you don't want to! Lord, help me to be disciplined to do the good things that I know how to do over and over again every day, freeing myself up to praise you in all things.
2 years ago
So I'm amazed at how timely this. I have been dealing with anger today and yesterday badly. Yesterday, we discovered our fridge had stopped working. So I literally had to say goodbye to chunky, lemon milk yesterday. This morning, I was thinking how every time we get extra money then something big breaks. So I was upset about this. Then, I felt like the Holy Spirit flipped it on me. Christian, every time something big breaks, I send you extra money. Thanks for this Levi!